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Wednesday, May 09, 2007
SOS Children's village told to admit AIDS orphans
GUWAHATI: The Assam Network of Positive People (ANP+) has approached the SOS Children's village at Mirzapur to admit 13 AIDS orphans of the State to the village. Jahnabi Goswami, the first woman in northeast to declare her HIV status, who ...
Parmar's arrest raises eyebrows
Sohrabuddin case was based on his statement
President to visit Haryana village
BHIWANI: President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam will visit the ancestral village of freedom fighter Neki Ram Sharma, Kelanga, in Bhiwani district of Haryana on May 25, an official spokesman said here on Tuesday. He said Dr. Kalam showed interest in ...
Haryana to follow H.P. formula
SHIMLA: Impressed by the success of a special monkey sterilisation drive in controlling their population in Himachal Pradesh, neighbouring Haryana is seeking to borrow the formula to counter the simian menace it is facing. Haryana Forest and ...
Ram Lal Thakur for Hamirpur
SHIMLA: The Congress has named Himachal Forest Minister Ram Lal Thakur as its candidate for by- election to the Hamirpur Parliamentary constituency. Mr. Thakur's name was cleared by party president Sonia Gandhi, state Congress spokesman ...
Many tubewells remain defunct
Survey reveals that State fails to meet repair `deadline'
Call for holistic approach to education
Stone laid for permanent campus of Utkal University of Culture
IIT issue echoes in LS
BJP, BJD members stage walkout
CPI demands formation of District Planning Committees
Amend rules to hold indirect election to Municipal chairperson's post: Viswanathan
Chief Minister inspects work on central prison
PUDUCHERRY: : Chief Minister N Rangasamy inspected the work under way on construction of the new Rs 8.39 crore Central Prison at Periakalapet near here on Tuesday. Inspector General of Prisons S. Vasudeva Rao briefed the Chief Minister on the ...
Resolution seeking powers to be sent to Centre: Rangasamy
Rangasamy to visit Delhi to urge Centre on the issue
Punjab to formulate health policy soon
Chief Minister Badal wants institute on the pattern of All India Institute of Medical Sciences
Centre `no' to hike in wheat MSP
CHANDIGARH: Ruling out any hike in Minimum Support Price (MSP) of wheat, the Centre has said it might import between 30 to 50 lakh tonnes of wheat to meet any shortfall. ``I must clarify that the Centre will announce no bonus or any type of ...
Free medical aid for senior citizens
Doctors in remote areas to get additional remuneration
Boy rescued, 2 abductors shot dead
Search on to nab accomplices
Shilpa fails to appear in court
GHAZIABAD: Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty and five TV news channel owners on Tuesday failed to appear in a court here in connection with the controversy surrounding her kiss with Hollywood star Richard Gere at a public event. Chief Judicial ...
Son bets on Amarmani
(LAXMIPUR)MAHARAJGANJ: The controversial former Uttar Pradesh Minister and sitting MLA, Amarmani Tripathi's absence from the hustle and bustle of elections was best summed up by his 17-year old son, Aman Mani Tripathi. "My father is not amongst ...
Uttarkashi squall kills one
DEHRA DUN O: ne person was killed dead and four were injured in a squall that also partially damaged a VIP helicopter parked at a helipad at the Matli camp of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police, 8 km from Uttarkashi, during a mock post-earthquake ...
Poultry deaths: Bengal takes precautions
Initial post-mortem reports do not suggest bird flu: Minister
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